Non-Muslim Pakistanis’ Loyalties and their Services for Interfaith Harmony in Pakistan

Authors

  • Muhammad Farooq Assistant Professor Department of Islamic Studies, Government Graduate College Gojra, Pakistan
  • Imtiaz Ahmad Department of Islamic Studies, University of Okara, Pakistan
  • Hafiz Mohsin Zia Qazi HOD Islamic Studies AMBLEM Education System Rawalpindi, Pakistan
  • Abdul Hamid LT.CDR(R) Pakistan Navy, Lecturer Department of Islamic Studies, Bahria University Islamabad, Pakistan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47067/real.v4i1.119

Keywords:

Pakistan, Non-Muslims, Interfaith Harmony, Services, Loyalties

Abstract

Loyalty and reliability have always been the aim of high ranked societies, striving for better living. Loyalty and reliability are like a flower that blooms out of pleasant and friendly atmosphere, found online people with similar mind-sets, wanting to achieve prosperous goals. Envy, hatred and jealousy don’t give loyalty a chance to flourish instead, they remove it immediately. This passion only grows and propagates in the atmosphere of love, kindness and great heartedness, while it withers away and ends slowly in the hostile environment. Every citizen in Pakistan is a servant and well-wisher of Pakistan. The loyalty of Muslim community is appreciable at its place, but non-Muslim citizens are also heading forward in serving Pakistan. It is only through this unity that the conditions of stress and misconceptions can be eliminated among one another. In this article, in the historical context of Pakistan, it is sought to clarify that non-Muslims of Pakistan, like the Muslim citizens of Pakistan, are loyal and faithful to Pakistan and love the soil of their homeland, so that their haters get involved in the color of love, and the fortunes of mutual misunderstandings can be eliminated and the honorable citizens of Pakistan can promote peace and prosperity for Pakistan.

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Published

2021-03-31

How to Cite

Farooq, M. ., Ahmad, I. ., Qazi, H. M. Z. ., & Hamid, A. . (2021). Non-Muslim Pakistanis’ Loyalties and their Services for Interfaith Harmony in Pakistan. Review of Education, Administration & LAW, 4(1), 145-154. https://doi.org/10.47067/real.v4i1.119